YouTube bans videos glorifying Nazis and denying violent events
June 5, 2019
New Texas law will allow beer and wine to be delivered
‘Jeopardy James’ will likely have to pay $1.2M in taxes
Beverly Hills to ban the sale of nearly all tobacco products. It’s the first US city to institute such a sweeping crackdown
Family Fun: ‘A Year with Frog and Toad’ musical at the Rialto Theatre
Sashane Hanson is regarded as the most successful high jumper in Islanders track history and for good reason.
Lacaze becomes the 14th Islander all time to be taken in the draft. He becomes the first A&M-Corpus Christi player to be taken by Arizona. At pick No. 632, Lacaze is the fifth-highest ever draft pick in program history.
‘Baby Shark’ TV series in the works
Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a bill that will create a registry of veterans who were exposed to toxins while serving overseas.
Texas is not quite a battleground state but, some areas of the once staunch Republican bastion may be changing, NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd told KRIS 6 Reporter Rick Spruill.
The tropical wave that we’ve been talking about the last several days is now moving to the northeast and brought some locations some hefty rainfall
Last month, the council voted to form a Charter Review Committee, with longer terms and increased council pay as its focus.
Before hitting the water, the Olympians presented the City of Portland with a check for $2,500 from the USA Swimming Foundation and energy company, Phillips 66 as part of the Make a Splash initiative.
According to the City, a stretch of Laguna Shores Road between Graham Road and Knickerbocker Street will be closed starting June 7.
The League of Women Voters is celebrating a big anniversary.